It's back to school and back to the 80's for much of the state!  After the cool finish to Labor Day Weekend highs in areas such as Riverton, Casper, Sheridan, Torrington and Douglas are all expecting the warm 80's while most surrounding cities sit comfortably in the 70's.  With high pressure built up over the region skies will stay clear and dry through the day.  Windy conditions are to be seen for Central and Southern regions with gusts into the 30-40 mph range.

A brisk evening with breezy conditions continuing and temperatures falling into the 40's and 50's.  Throw on a jacket with those cool temperatures but don't worry about rainfall with the viewing area continuing to stay dry.

WEDNESDAY: An even warmer day as highs in Douglas and Torrington could possibly make the low 90's with surrounding lower elevations East of the Divide easily into the mid to upper 80's under more sunshine.  If you do have the chance enjoy this one outdoors as another push of cold air will drop temperatures into Thursday.

LOOKING AHEAD: After your Wednesday heat the rest of the week and into the weekend will be accompanied by highs in the upper 60's and low 70's for the state.  Skies should remain clear meaning, in the long term, this forecast might not be quite as toasty but still enjoyable as we approach the 1st weekend in September.

John Shrable
Updated: 10:30 AM